Cimitero Protestante is a Protestant cemetery in a beautiful area. Several distinguished people are buried here: writer Daisy ... More
Cimitero Protestante is a Protestant cemetery in a beautiful area. Several distinguished people are buried here: writer Daisy Miller, poet John Keats and his friend Joseph Severn. The ashes of Shelley, the remains of Antonio Gramsci and those of Goethe's son, Julius are also kept here. Get a map when you come in.
We arrived at Cimitero Protestante on a Sunday when it was closed so we could not enter we managed a couple of photos through the gates and of the gates themselves but that was it, as a consolation there were lots of pine cones on the floor around the gates dropped from a pine tree so we brought a couple of them home, we can always dream Oscar Wilde stood at those gates once upon a time, I dont know how long pine trees live it would be nice to think it was there when Oscar stood at the gates when visiting Keat's grave...Dino Carlucci
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This monumental cemetery was created in the second half of the 19th century, according to the taste of the time
for revival architecture that employed neo Gothic and neo Renaissance overtones. These styles have been used on the tombs ...